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Old 05-12-2020, 09:30 PM   #31
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Canada sucks haha

$600 a year for 30k in tool coverage
Ill pay it, i had a truck stolen and stripped.

It was literally every tool i had. Never again will i be caught with my pants down. 👉👌
I can't remember exactly but it was several thousands. The second year after being new they depreciate like 40-70% or something ridiculous.
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Old 05-13-2020, 05:00 AM   #32
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Another temp gut I work with recently bought the midsize Milwaukee bandsaw. This thing comes chipped ! You can find the damn thing with your phone. Genius !
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Another temp gut I work with recently bought the midsize Milwaukee bandsaw. This thing comes chipped ! You can find the damn thing with your phone. Genius !
That's the one key system. You can buy the chips separately to put on other tools.

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Produc...ols/48-21-2000
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Another temp gut I work with recently bought the midsize Milwaukee bandsaw. This thing comes chipped ! You can find the damn thing with your phone. Genius !
I’ve got a few, you can also shut it down if it’s gets stolen.
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That's the one key system. You can buy the chips separately to put on other tools.

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Produc...ols/48-21-2000



I should put those on my cats so I can figure where they go during the day.






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That’s very macho of you!
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I should put those on my cats so I can figure where they go during the day.






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put one on your wife without knowing and you may find out some stuff..just a different kind of pu$$y...
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I am a Milwaukee nut, but everything is red! I have to put colored tape on them so that I know what they are. Lol
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All my milwaukee batteries get hit with an orange paint marker along the vents and around the trim. Makes it easy for me to spot mine when I'm working with a group.

All my hand tools either have my name engraved on them or a strip of orange paint on them.
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